Change, within project teams and the company as a whole, is inevitable. Here are three ways to make things a little smoother.

In the sphere of project management, change management is a complementary but separate discipline that involves the use of processes and tools to manage changes. Imagine executing a project without factoring in any resulting implications to how that project may impact daily operations. For example, if a company implements a new payroll system, it is likely to impact the actual internal payroll process. Without a change management strategy to monitor, evaluate, document and communicate these changes, confusion, resistance, and missed steps can result.

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